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The role that lubricating oils play is, first of all, to reduce energy loss and keep the wear and seizure to a minimum, or, in a broader sense, to improve the friction characteristics. Resistance to deterioration and prevention of rust development on metals are demanded as secondary functions....
All deep‐groove ball bearings have similar features in geometry, mechanism, and structure. Stiffness of this type of bearings is related to geometry, dimensions, and operating conditions by a very complex, high‐order and coupled‐variable function. This paper has verified that the stiffness...
In this study, alkali calcium sulfonate which is added to engine oils as a detergent‐dispersant was obtained. A definite amount of Ca(OH) 2 and water was added to the mixture of neutral calcium sulfonate (NCS) and spindle‐oil (SO), and the mixture was taken into an appropriate reactor. CO 2 ‐air...
The effect of longitudinal surface roughness on the behaviour of slider bearing with squeeze film formed by a magnetic fluid has been analysed. The roughness of the bearing surface is modelled by stochastic random variable with non‐zero mean, variance and skewness. The concerned Reynolds'...
The metal working fluid industry accounts for approximately 5 per cent of the total world market for lubricant. Cutting fluids are formulated to fulfil one or more different functions. It is becoming increasingly apparent that to provide additions friendly for environment and low costs. This...
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